I went to the hospital for a gynecological problem, so help me out.Is the problem serious.Thanks
One is that your lining is thicker. If you are about to have your period when you do the ultrasound and your usual menstrual flow is large, the lining is still okay.The reason for too thick may be hyperplasia or incomplete exfoliation, depending on which one it is.Diagnostic drug treatment or further examination is needed.If the fibroids are not large enough to reach the surgical pointers, and if they do not cause some clinical symptoms, such as abdominal pain, very heavy menstrual flow, irregular bleeding, etc., they can be treated conservatively and reviewed regularly.
Hi, according to the ultrasound results you uploaded, you have a thick endometrium. If you are not amenorrheic and are about to have your period, you should have an ultrasound review three to seven days after your period clears.If you have amenorrhea or vaginal bleeding, you need to do diagnostic scraping, scrape out the endometrium and send it to pathological examination, take anti-inflammatory medicine to prevent infection and take hemostatic medicine to avoid prolonged vaginal bleeding, or do hysteroscopy to clarify the diagnosis.
Are you 55 years old?Are you menopausal for a few years or is it still not menopausal? Your endometrium is very thick, 16 mm, if you have decided, you this is certainly to go for a hysteroscopy to see if there are some polyps or endometrial lesions, if necessary to do diagnostic scraping.The person also has a small fibroid of about two centimeters, which generally does not need to be dealt with.